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Who wanted to make one of England s Southern Colonies into a haven for English debtors?
Weegy: Lord Baltimore wanted to make one of England?s Southern Colonies into a haven for English debtors. User: which of the following distingushed the middle colonies from new england and the southern colonies Weegy: Can you kindly specify the answer choices to your question please . (More)
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What was one of John Marshall s important accomplishments as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court? A. establishing the power of judicial review B. appointing William Marbury a justice C. ruling state laws to be superior to federal laws D. allowing federal regulation of interstate commerce
Weegy: The answer to your question is A. Eastablishing the power of judicial review. [ The longest-serving Chief Justice of the United States, Marshall dominated the Court for over three decades and played a significant role in the development of the American legal system. Most notably, he reinforced the principle that federal courts are obligated to exercise judicial review, by disregarding purported laws if they violate the Constitution. More detail can be found here: ] User: when jefferson took office he User: the brittish hoped to limit american settlement in the northwest territory by Weegy: British government, free black leaders in the United States, and members of Congress for a plan to take emigrants to the British colony of Sierra Leone. ChaCha! (More)
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which of the following championed nationalism and denounced nullification
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As agriculture became entrenched in the South, A. planters built plantation schools to educate enslaved workers. B. the South became too dependent on one crop, limiting development. C. Southern whites began to doubt the benefits of slavery. D. entrepreneurs built new factories to meet rising consumer demand.
Weegy: The answer is that the South became to dependent on one crop. User: during the campaign of 1828 the democractic party changed by what Weegy: C. Southern whites began to doubt the benefits of slavery. (More)
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